A quick roundup of the Election Day news as the dust settles.
The CBS News affiliate in Minneapolis has the report.
Voters across the country cast their ballots not only for candidates but also for a variety of ballot proposals, initiatives, referenda, and propositions.
To give you an idea of how progressive Minneapolis is, the same voters who shot down the anti-police referendum approved a referendum to allow rent control.
It is the most direct referendum yet on the Left’s post-George Floyd anti-police message.
A clear rejection by voters in hyper-progressive Minneapolis has the potential to drive a stake through the radical anti-cop movement nationwide.
A former city councilman who has experienced the rise in crime firsthand is warning Democrats against defunding the police.
Minneapolis police officers no longer will stop drivers ‘for offenses like expired tabs, an item dangling from a mirror, or an expired license.’
Police recorded 185 murders throughout the state in 2020, breaking the previous record of 183 set in 1995.
Minnesota, once held up as the progressive ideal, is teetering on the edge.